Tooling

Plastic Injection Moulding Tooling

The team at Sneddon & Kingston offer everything you need in terms of plastic injection moulding tooling. We have the technical proficiency and the experience to design and develop quality injection moulds via our innovative mould production processes. We provide a service that is cost-effective, timely and reliable so that you move to production without delay. You can trust Sneddon & Kingston to guide you through the plastic injection moulding tooling process each step of the way, consult our staff for more information.

Our plastic injection tooling processes and injection mould design engineering helps to produce complex components and parts for all types of plastic products and other medical devices for different industrial applications. We use precision engineering and highly tight tolerances to create various components for different industrial needs.  We make high-grade plastic devices for the medical industry, food packaging sector, water filtration, and pharmaceutical niches.

At Sneddon & Kingston, we provide premium quality in-house injection moulding tooling and design capabilities for a wide range of plastic devices catering to the needs of different industrial sectors. Along with our experienced team of experts who provide decades of experience, our manufacturing facilities offer our clients the resources they need to compete with an ever-changing market.

Moreover, we strictly follow stringent process control to ensure the best quality product for all our clients. In addition, we use the latest technology and invest in new equipment to improve our facility.

Modern Technology and Processes
Our design capabilities include computer assisted design (CAD) and computer aided manufacture (CAM). High speed CNC machining provides the most accurate tooling construction possible. All tooling we build is guaranteed and maintained while in use at Sneddon & Kingston Plastics. If you would like to learn more about our design process and capabilities, contact us today.

Moreover, as a leading plastic injection moulding manufacturer, Sneddon & Kingston can help you with plastic product prototype services in Australia. If you plan to invest in high-volume manufacturing, you will have to consider several variables. Why not take our expert’s help? We can produce plastic product prototypes for you so that you can use them as a sample type and for testing purposes. You will only have to share 3D CAD drawings with our expert, and we will do the rest for you.

However, if you have any confusion about your own design details, don’t worry. Our technical staff will assist you after reviewing and understanding your concept. We will help you with essential modifications in your project design to best suit your purpose. Our expert will gladly work with you to find the most appropriate injection moulding tool design for your project.

Industrial Tooling

There are so many practical uses for our plastic injection moulding tooling. Here are some examples of how we add value to businesses Australia-wide.

Thin Wall Food Packaging
Thin-wall packaging products require tooling that is extremely precise to achieve the light weight products and fast cycling production that this sector demands. We design plastic food packaging in a variety of shapes and sizes to satisfy the needs of the FMCG industry. This includes plastic tamper evident containers, IML products and more.

Medical Products
Tooling for medical products has its own unique requirements to meet the needs of hospitals, medical clinics and other healthcare facilities that rely on plastic products. We can meet your requirements and provide certifications you may need for FDA or the TGA in regards to tooling.

Precision Engineering Products
The automotive and other engineering industries often require the most precise and reliable tooling. We are the trusted injection moulding tooling supplier to many high-tech global organisations.

Contact Us

Sneddon and Kingston manage all the details of your plastic injection moulding tooling. We pride ourselves on the workmanship that goes into every mould we produce. Whether it’s a prototype tool or simply a test for a small quantity of parts and components, we can help validate your tooling and product design prior to the mass production stage. Speak with one of our tooling engineers to learn more.